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Archives: English Football

The Sweeper: 10 Soccer Stories You May Have Missed

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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For Premier League fans, like James Bond in The World is Not Enough, Christmas comes twice a year. First, when August brings a three-week tease of action, and then again when the Prem triumphantly returns replete with new transfers after … Continue reading

England’s Midfield Still Unbalanced Despite Important Victory In Basel

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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In what is likely to be England’s most important game of the qualification process, Roy Hodgson’s side overcame what has been a week of building pressure to take away a hugely important 2-0 victory over Switzerland in Basel as the … Continue reading

England to Play in Scotland For First Time In 15 Years

Posted on by Scott J Hancox
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England has scheduled a friendly against Scotland to be played in Celtic Park on November 18. It’s the first time England will play Scotland north of the border in 15 years. The last time these teams met in Scotland, Paul … Continue reading

Yaya Toure Underappreciated Due to Racism In Sport, Claims Agent

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Yaya Toure’s controversial agent Dmitri Seluk has struck again. Just months after claiming Toure wanted a move away from Barclays Premier League Champion Manchester City because the club snubbed him on his birthday, Seluk has once again created a firestorm. … Continue reading

Spirited Costa Rica Progress, Disappointing England Crash Out

Posted on by Shaun Harrison
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Former Fulham player Brian Ruiz hammered the final nail in England’s coffin earlier today during a shocking 1-0 victory over a one-dimensional Italian side. It is now impossible for the Three Lions to qualify for the last 16 of the … Continue reading

English and Uruguayan Newspapers React to Uruguay 2-1 England

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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Even Disney would have rejected the Uruguay-England story as too hackneyed. The Premier League’s best player, much maligned everywhere but at home, miraculously recovers from injury and scores two gorgeous goals to down a squad containing five of his teammates. … Continue reading

England Need to Develop Talent at the Youth Level to Succeed in the Future

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Flash back to 2000. Fresh off a 3-0 defeat to Portugal and only 1 point in the group stage, Germany were left reeling only 4 years after winning the competition. Immediately questions were asked about how and why this could … Continue reading

Hillsborough: A US Perspective

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Reuters Photo The date was August 6th, 1989. The ticket read, Zenith Data Systems Cup, Independiente vs. Arsenal, Joe Robbie Stadium. My 15th birthday present from my parents was a ticket to this match, a ticket stub I have kept … Continue reading